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   Courier (Newspaper) - February 21, 1806, London, Middlesex                                FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1806 THK\Tlpt.->';\ � r-s'ct U.'tfy ; l*i)Uj-,tiiii-.te�, Mr. JHJgATJl7l^'(> i::;g^1^t   9S ft V(T O F VP N r CR. T H VICtUALLlKrC-OFT-TCE, FeH. 17, iSc.6. J'ppe. Merope, txplrn f'om Ten lilLPubk.   .VclnjinaiKe to cacli Painting E- Cohiteisshncn fit FiilitaUing H'ti Majesty^i N^i'y do hereiiy give N-ittec, That 0.1 Tufti'ty, the z^lh fnik. ibev "iuiil he itaiit in iiy,'i\/e Ifd''' ti-niKZ fXdle,^ -upl'av.i //rar/crTsVO HONDKKIJ TOMS of VtUSCO-VAt)0 *>.';(;Al ept/oij ; an i i" '�: t'uid f'-r.hy liW* ti.'et, leb. .^ol!>, REG lea^'e to r'e;turn you my warmest ni.d nicst pjsfci'til 'Ihaiiks I'or the. honor you Irave doie nie, ii; afi'tn pc."n�itt':nK me to represent ypii in Parli;imejit. 'I'l; closest aCUtiriMi to your Interests will bi tiie Rrc'stes! objcd tif my er.dcavou'. of tav cotidudl will be cvic ccnsiijc.'-cd by inc, as I ha.v.? the honor to retnsiii, CfnM-"inetr, Yottr very faithful aiid obedient Humble Servant, Tevdet in.-.v/j'eii l.ic ['rice t'jM nr ilm! ,'i>u'i nrji Ije fel'\:err'd I'l ih( Boaid hef','e (iif - r,' <: n.k r.n tl.'i i.'.^. '/V/t'ti/jjj the z^th' hut. nnrivdi!S /he perto-t        irtiiiet ih-'tTe'.d.r, ,i-inmc Ccl�i:i inh'i! �eh.iif, uHeni^, to Utiwer .�[hen ra/---l f'" . "      .'n.-Vvv-oi-fic^,. i--.H 17. ns u. i'nl^HE'; Pi-W!g^Bf ' Oid,C.!:iv;r:-. in l'a;s, , ,' .,: '   .  ' lli:ii)vp; tks ill l �r >'tlllK,   : '    , , Ho; e in (Ii; (�',    ,, , '�: , Co'i(lH>;e B.'ukIs, ' � B^ihr -ijs, � Ur.koh I:i:iVi!tn VitSe S:h"vei'5V     � � :  . "v     15-0* Jii  ;    his iVirt-jcity's Yiird at Wocd-wic'i.     � IVhcre any pei'sr.m !'�!.., v^- icmiie �j-iircon^erf, m.ty f.> li's the i'.'/iii-fj yi^J �ie'rii-., � I'-. \.i::c .iuyiir^ ;he\cominm lyoikir;^ ijoiin 'if tl'e  7'jiJ, nii:'i t i.:j.:yof >'itie. hivtif.iiiies ii.-i.i C.itdi^ioin H.t.fhi'iytc ludhcfc, and dt the Tunl!. . . �       NAVY-OriMC/i, l'cb\ 19, iKn6. � THl'j Prmci/ial Ojf.'ccrs arid- Coamiisioneis cif: hl{s M.iye-.ty's tf^iy no i;erc.'y ^ire N^:irr, tjj.il o>i W.eo-nesdav, the c '.' I'.f'r.sxt M'.i'i'., ,itU:eiiCi.i.ck, they "willbe This IJ.iy is pv,bI';-.!>: i ;-)r;ci: is. lor T. VVilsui,, No. l.t-rai'ii lio:tse-v;i!d, St. Paul's. q^ME BRITiSM KCLOGL'E far tlie Year iSc;, J., a S.^rireid ;'nv�r,v.,i'.h Notes'; boiuean Irirriblv ntteiitpt to vindic!'.:? A..h;?';ii-.tT:iti�il,of the h^c.Mr. 1' tt ; !) Wlich isnddud t;- !.rr V.Mayc>r's Day. .".Iso a \u\ r!io b?iie!it of ihs � U,.;tv, in iaiiiaiion of the h'le in iri;c:iule fi'ec!ri;c rohr.aii Ih* y,;i.'r,,-.fr.. .Ms'o pr.itis,, a '..';ni'nj;;ie of � Bn';'^s, Old       �'.-M ,'(ircr^d chsap f"r !!.-.';i-lv ^'r-n-y. Thi'; n.-:v is publish*.';! luice^s. 6-i. in boards. A   GREKiv KKG^,Ii.H DlsaiVAI'lVE DIC-/."j-v 'riONAHY,;   shemins; in KriRlislV Charad'rs the is I "Cr-'^K orii;lii;ds of'suclv wordi in-th'* Enpl!sb L-in(;�;;t? as are s-      /rvfel j(iinr>:)i(; Creek, and comprising cOtredlcxplaiiattoiis, ;'*iMflT/i'.,  >./ -J   j.^--   - "- .vitltthe vie\v.of*nrffali�ig DISEASE'? of -iin: EaK. In lh� pr^:"!, asul on �aturd;ty, tlic fir^t t.( M.ir (lifi I,'iu!':n i.ii;.'ii-ii-j!y 'i) s        01 \hr ({��_> d i.ir , I'rinlal lor IV.�.'i.i d VUA:.-^.-^, liri(1j,:-it.cM, b'.cit- -~ V- E ST MO R ii I. A N � S O CI E r Y. rriiiESIXTlKTH ANNIVERSARY wiU be t . hpH at the � oiido-! Tavern, B^s)i-.)psRate-streei, on TUFSI>\Y the4th of March, 1806, ^Oinner on the table *t hMt pa^t.Fo.ir oVClpckpreci:ely:-xickets ibs. 6d, to be hadof the Stewards, or at tho liar. Sir Ml l-e Flcmtiir,Bf.^iVl. 1^. John Lo\y�her, fcsq. M.� . iliaip Fra- ees. RsR- M.1* Rev. Mr. Bew>hei.     , 1 BrouRlw.ni Evq. Henry Fawcett, C'q. Kdiiiitnd Mosveil, libi]:. .Mr, Wat. Darby, IWaul-hirrison, Estj. � "ilpin Oor>t, Esq,     : Money.-Messrs. LUCAS and Co. beg leave to-infortn tl-ose that niay.b''in wa-t, and desirous of l>i�rr,T.M"ng temporary or r>ertnan"nt Suiris of Moii**y, and' po$>�sedbf any assijiubl^ property, that they ipay be slip-pliect with any Suit; on f.iir and equitable terms, by p:iyin^ . air ackcjnate Annuity Interf't.t fiir the same. As al:�o n:�oney wtlf he advanced to those of knJwiV; property, on their per-5-.jn�I secur'.vy.  ' TeTs-'i at �','vriic3tiohs ifs dsity received by Mffssrs, I.iic.is ,        C'�. at N'v**    latnes^-sCrtet^ AiL'^iphi, Strand;; a;�i lejr F^IjWLER^s green. K\IN'I:, No.."30, bniofc. A most heautii'ul Cpl.uir, which,tar rxccf.!.s Vcriyijor anyothrr Grjeo. - lis i'ropenies ,irc jienerjily l;n 'Avii, h.'iyh7g been 'liany. ye.irs in t'n! hi>:!ii':ir repute .lor Painrinq l^cat!:, vs preaily :idinireii o.r WvXvf., i^c lii IMcasu e fJiviintt!', ami univtr.iaUy piekT'et twose wh^i have usi-d it ro' Painting in geii;"i:d, beini; a rlMe, O'r-'en, id' raor-.ti;ir;i. fcle Qit-iHrt, aiid a bett tr pies ri-.itive of I,-on *-Vor.k, than The CHtinsive Sale and ini.T:;^'-'';.; detr-TLd ("or this Pi'-nt, rentier any Reir.iin.v.end.ition f.i-.ni the ('iii!!rii.*!or unn'c? - sary, b^-iii(; l)ie bc^t pioof of its givni;; i.!.:iSMi;liii; t,- the � Prepared \n Oil tit for use, and sold at 4*. 6 1. pjr lb. for V.ra>iv Mcn'.-y orily.   '   .  . l\^ONliY fcr LIFE ANNUITIES.-WanteJ .'cyijh VV.yrd.v Coinp^ilalpriiicipil.ly v .tl; 8'-WiV>cqti;[inted cf^ Oraek; Charaiters, to ac'iuird amjro-familiar aiv',1 extensive knoWiedKe ot liis own L-!ng.ii3.!:Ci ,,    , �   . l'riii?i-d tiir 1. John 'vi iii ;-;t.d'aiil s-chitrehvard. .This d:n' is piril'slfj.!,. in sini.l u-hv>, -.trice, v-'in h..:!rils. . A N ACCOUNT,6f- the STATE of KRANCE; fl-Jd its GO V ;;i i\ II      l'nui's.'.'li':rjh-.fii /iced, U'dess the pjny,'o> an .igrntfor hirn^ ut-ftneti. ARMY C->NTR '.C'f.S. .      C.yiTriiiissary^Cieneral's.O.Tice-.. Creat. � � t./-..r,;e  CQ'ttrac,!n^to\u[>[ly tijjr.il.-icin^ .nilcUy J\pde use cj t/j,e Anity, viz. ' 1>! po.-;.iis in xyfili.iK, s led u ;t;'d'markcd Tender for.Army Supplies," will I - ��.ceiv-.d at, tliia Oaic, on or before thesldav of said mni;;! o: Mji'.h ; but ni'iie yviU be received alie'r I'.wijive o'L'l iik on thd diy,; and if seat by jKi.t,'the i;ost.i((e iTiust be paid, '' Ptoprials ii'svi.vt lieau�de:,4^?,ai!W.leJxfi'r.lh?J.-la    and ^'or 'I'ins 'i.)ay is j.JM'd-n:-),. i 1: T\v.> v'.ihmy.'s, Oclivo, I'lnued 0" '^'..'.r.'v r,Ti-):;r, ufice it-Is. in Hoards, ASYS'i'RM      TMEOREnCAL and PRACtical CHHMISTKY. .  ' By i-.RUDF.IUC.ACCAM, Leflureron Cheni'.try, I'lurmrcy, and Minfr:;lo;;y, Old .      ' -Cuniptoii-^treet, .So'.so. "Tlie pi-e.i;eirtWori': place's.i.n a verv favovra'de l^ght tlie tndl.l^try ot tite Ai;:hor, aiid his qU.ilitiViti'J.iS ai a l'*ra.;iicil ChemiM, and. it eooiijins a mass of f^idls and '1 I'eoretical -refcr-pcesv.which may not on'y a.^sist th'.-. ^tiiilent, but als^) in inany ir.stani.-, feliirve. the Menio-y of the, 'l-'ea- iivr, kii^! snscesi u.elnl iliiiis tj.rhe Expcritnenial Chemist.-' Al.iis'ii-ly Review, hwf,, . I'rii.ted for G,-ICsarsley,'F!eet-;strc.t.     . . ' jLvX to I'iirchase.. several wrll-secnred L fe .'\nnuiri-s, f r r.-hit-h .s.?v^raJ oCthe; fi.llo'viiij; sunn, are now tiu.nedi.itely �tr..^W, as Eoon as tli? yecurViiet an- approved, viz. 3^0! 511 .1. 7:10!. i.onol. r,;oo'I z.coal. and J.oocl.. .;nd several of a i:>rf,-?r ami.tint i froTn.siXryea's pureh>se and upwads will h: niva.n ui>jii S\nf,\.i Lives, ledeimahe at opiini.-Vir. RDJit-: RT a can al.Miys Rive a 'jiri-ei answer t > tn'j title of S ciiritic* ott:red, and'tlie expeivvs atteiid'ns; then, ^vhicft prevL-nrs the disagreeable expoitne or ))trsons alfairs, wh-cn must ajv/ays attend the n;j;"if'"-' icaf part. Personal applicaii .>ns, or by letter (post-p.t d), at hi* ir-'Urse, No. 2a, Cecil-street, Stiand, are ttaily aTtfmted to._:     : �____       ' -'HKRcT. WILLI AM BARCLAV's PATEN 1' a. ANTIBILIOUS I'l LLS. 'i:hc cxcUisire>.ile o: this V'd'nbia fnetucjneb'ring now vestcil solely in the, Kcv, V- 1!-li.iiji liarclav, and those appiinrod by linn, the ftirrh.-r sale ot ih- I'jUs i!i, m e:instqu'i-.ce. entirclv discontunrd at rhc >.t.tVioratorv, Ko. 35, hedtijrd-.-.treet, Covfnt-cardrn, and is n.nv usta^jhshrd 3' tho Rev. VVilli.iin lla'ciav s Vvaiehoiise, ! -iresler-squnre ; where the nubliotiay beassiwd,of having them ill their p'-ve anil genntiijjstato. Mr. Richard Buiicr, N-". 4, CtveapMdn-, bcin ;ciiiiine btit tn-.s^ having a ElvnK Sia:r:n,with tne natv'.e, ** liie Rev, W, Lard j'y,' engraved tii.Ve; n. 1". A. PHIi'PS, Aj;cnt to file Proprietors,     Bedford.stres't^ Cov.*i"t-):ardeii. 1-OK ruH vrticrii.   ~    ~~ fROC.XTT'Scelelrated OXFORD LOZJ-XGE.'i. ''I/^HE most clei�ant, a.s wl-W as mo. t eliicaciuu.";, -i Remedv ever oHl-rnl to rh-: Public, (or COLUs, t .UJuHt), and FtOARSENESS, n.-o:n w)utevei= cavme it Kiiy procml). I hese L"zcnRes liiipr'.-iinat; the hr.aili with � rich odour, exhilarate the^iptrits, a'ul rcnuer T'HE VOICE r;ii-!oJTO�s, powerful,' and Uexiblt� ancf capable of the most rap;.! maihdaiions. 5o'cl, wijh full dirediions, by VVittiair! Piob-iif, Apntlvcary. 3JU Chvmist, Oxford ; and, retviil, by Mr; Goldhif, Cnnv rjU,and Messrs. lJficoii:>i;d Co. 150, GxforU-stteet, l.oiiuon. Puce 28.6d. each bpx/ : ; .".: rorfcOUCI+S  ll6AU^INbS'^l5,&^. \ |R.t;REENOUGH*b LOZENGES of TOLU, IVX wich contain all the otcrnin); �nil heal-ng v)rtul;l^ of thec;lebr.ved BAJ.SAM of TO I,U,and are the plcifiintest ?riJ most etteftual remedy of ilie kiijcf in all Coiighj, arjrne.scs, Skirc Phroms, and licHuxlons oit the Litnesi K'jlinntlie Rawness anrf Sorrness of ihe'Drpst, and aflo.d-ift,  Sluytnesj of i'.reith, and iir Asthmatic and t-dtiiumptivi Ci rn�w'(>�tsj they do not cloy tlicatomHOh,-oiitraiher create an'appetite. thtt as the groat ber.--'(it t r helderivcd ffotn them can onl.j c^3Ci*trcd by haviriji; them C<'fl;.iiiie^the puhhoare requeatet' toob etv.',it!at R. HaYWAKD.'No. Io,-Lud^'att .HjH, �' IpfintnloM the Sraiiii),all othersqre Counte.'i<.iti. Ihw H)'ii;ij,N.(;tS ate p.reparedand vld by R. llAY� ~     D (si',cccs8;r tw 1. treeiiou^h, the inventor,) N-i l.mt.mte Uill; and soJil by I'. NfWbery, Nu. 45, St 'ids Church Yorvl; hayley and  , Claih, No. 269,J3)ioush, Jfiiee IS. ijd. the uux. A' THE-FRENCH AWA�'.r; This day is piiHli-.Ifed,.in tiiree tUHant yo'iitnes,   < !sc.n( )eccs in iirosCrwid vrsc, >vhicli cjiiipiiac tli-.so ints-rcoting vohiiiie-!, have been transl.it^d : Po);gi:iiia.j l.'jni;uerai!a. t!iL-ir,pbt-,'S ofri'sidence, ni'i-r be iiijetie i at ib^'th- i th.ni/, and no rciUil'.-'wiH bi-nonccd ujrless ih.-; p:icesi.U^ll he cX pifs-e:l in word- at lei.iRlli, ni.d Uie l':utv, or tneir .\s;(^ni, .shall cull a; t'.'.i;; r'Hivt' on ti'.c t.;ll tyv.n'i:, da) ro know tlicd.c. cisi"lithi'.'eon.   " ' � . , �   . � Panicij'.u'^ of the Contr.K'ls mly H'.- h.iv!_.:pin app!ic.iti-)n at this Oliici,", hi't'."-?cn i!;e h^Miis i.r' 'I'en :iiid i-', in, to .tin-Oilic'rciiintii nam . 1     tr,-,.) .s.. m th; l.il- ni' �,Vl.)n, a>,d . tj .Mr. Deputy C..'::;::,i^siy - ifn.ra.l Ass oi-i, kdtnb'irf;(i. ,- li; ISH-M\ ENiS        '. � npHE FuWic supplied wiriisin^le-Plcccsor IRISM i. LINEN, at wtiol-sde pri..-;, 51 ti;o I ; VMI'.-\NY'S. No,it, liLOC.M l*,'J l , .Tii-.l not f-si 1 ii.i:\ pi-.-i e ; tjcii pieco c,:.n-l.iins ahcut -.1.; yards, is iv'ar ' a f'iivril .inneais. � , ~ Order;, by I'ostor otlerwi-.e, (withnioivey) cxrcued with pui'ctnnliiy. �  '  , '   � '     -       - Cash, as ustitti, for Eank of I rel nut Nr.t-?';. ). rVHlM EN', ,Ai: lit rn ih.: Co-^-ipriry MONEY READY to ADVANCE. HKREASj-fiany Ladies .ind G>'.ntlemen r\':-ic-liciice verv Rre.it pecuniirv iiwonveiii-.-ncc f-r-wa-ir cf knowniR soaie respctt.ibii (,-:i::nn'.d thinuijh.wnose ine.niini thcv iTiav be acconunodaicd with teiiiDyraryur permanent SUMS of .MONEY. , Mcs'ir*. llAUKl.Sand Co. at thj Annnily Bank, No. j, �SuttoU'-street.Cll.irin.'.-cr'Si, resn--^.U'.!!lv int'irna the .Nobility and L.ent'v. Ill i.'ossvj.ion of f ncii-.vic. arisin.; from f h'lld, CoDV.'vold. nr Lo.isvh dd hs:a'es, in Land r iI-uscs-M'-tey in tlLi funds, Kont i-harf;es,M.i.-ri,v,-:ietiK-nien!.s, Wid.w'a .JointuTi^. .Aimi.ities, i'atv.'nt I'lacs, C:iii'.:li I.iv. iTip-^, or anv C'.'rr;nn Inccnnr lor f.ite, vav.b.'suiinlied wnh Stuns isf Mr^nev to ."iiv amoun-, hv piivun; an adirqnate An-iimtv Interest for tlie same, red.finulii-.; aiiy tun;;, at thi-ir nw-l Ojilion. I'ersonril applicatliMi-. \yill br received every duv, till throe o'Clock'; ciid L-tt"rs t/oin Correspond^'iits, in lownor Countrv, poat paid, r.nm'dntclv answered. 1 \ XNCl'i l!ASILDt)N ho.K'^ 1 HtrRkS, l-iie the residence disi-R'-;YK ES, "Halt. :)ecc,.s-d, O be IiET, i.:r bc-ven or 1'otirteen. Ypar.s, wrih anvqn>)nn!y 01 l.a.d no: e\ce,'i.in>; 411 .-Xires; the ManshMi Ilou.se I'.H. beiM .l.iicU' liiilt, -it a v�riv coiiiidi^jribU* ex pence, i? snppi-s.-dto hco 4 nf the be.-,t and  r^.it tompieie Houses, for a rtobleinan s or Gcntleni.ius -esidenc-, 111 the Kiivdoni ; tlie siniiiion and. iirnspeels a c deii>;httii| . Hie I'ark, Lands, Wpo.isaiid V, iter are b.-autilul. 1 lieMmi.>n Ilous-comprises .tral;on, l.ibrarv, Dia'.Mni Room, Hie-ii:J fast Room, DmiPi; Isoom, besiles o,lh.;i .Koonis On the.sane Moor; ca|-.ital tJfl/ces, Gardens well slocked with the rhnicfst rriiic I r.-es, ILit-house-', Or-enli.nise, .'itihlr-s, C:i>:'Cji houses, Drewhonse, imd evry oiher neces>ary i^ut-biiildiii);. The Mouse is furnisheJ.) ai', ot any part of rli� hurnitnie may be ia:;.n at a Li r valiiauon ; u n 47 n-.iles Iroin Lond'.n.T ''o'  Ivealiiv,', 8 troin Wallnmfnrf, and n ar the River. lliaBV^. I tier-; is also a very extensive M,.nor ivhr-'h abounds vMth Ciini', :ind 1 he Rjads are excellent; loi^further Paruculaisj aiul 1 iek-*'r'� 10 vi;w tneHousf, anjilv to Messrs. S) kes and Kn^'vles,, Rosweli Court, Liiioolns-Inni London. TO be percmptoulySjl:! pursuant to a Decree of the High 'Ctut't nt Ch.nicervmade in a C'au'c WRK'll I'SON v. LYDN, before >A.VtES .SfANLE Y, Esq. one ot the M.^sters 01 tlie taid Courtj m the Public Sale . RcViin of the said Court, ii�Sortth}imiih)iX L^iildiiius^Chan. 'eery lane, London, pii MAnday th-Ziitlt djy of .Vlnrch i!> 6, 1 between tlK.rmursot Iwelve and One < f the Clock in the ] afternoon 111 LjtN, the F' Itl^�^l o, Sinih* walk; of Mr yunnelUatvey, Sandwich ; ihiilnrMt. .-itarr, . A'toriuvat Law, Ciinterbu/y j aadof t.ie Rev. Mm I-voii, Dov ei. Ths Ii nnts will shnv the L m, �,iti tUi hi n ui I Lilt I, ni.n be seen .11 the ^nld M.ijtsi 'jiCJjaiiilrers, ami 4c tlic I MiiiMr.SWrr.'siu.ViM'tejbury,, of Sr. A iidrows., :'  IJi^inted f�Vj orf;in:i'n, 1 luril, I'.ees. and Ortne, Paternosfer-t'/w ; aiiil L'tli;-..-.! Kradfire, Hdin'ourah.  � CHILD. , a.. f-.a.s. 'i'his day are pii-lshed, in nn-al .-tlavo, IllusTrateii with i'l.ite:-;, pi-ii.'c lo-   6 1. in boar.-!-:, A FATHER'S MK.VjQJKS of his l\. Bv r.i:N J. HHATil, .MA! KI.'-J, Esq. .M -.G'r'.it l-'�ss ti� ill I th it.cver did' hutl'hCU ;-�'.� '' " Cie.a loss to       bu! ^reufe;,! loss to iue.'� ; AsrRf.piiFu. P tinted f-r' I ini^nnii, .rlnrst. '.'.r.es., an'd Orr.-c, l\it;i'nos-ter-r-nv..  i;.:. ui t!iO y.-ai lij;. dr.'.vn iiiil 'e � : ric" al, i is. i!Iu.-triiii-ii .iv 11 li V�ielv^ l:\'iv v,..!.  .[� m     ii- I, 'porf, an'' !.-.-i, i;', l>-Mi-ri's.       . Ciipii's �ra.'v b-.> '-ri 1 'TJth the Vr.rws finrtv o- a Si ,p:o: ' th.: C.niiitrv, loMird liy i :ip!Ji!^-,-pi''ce'.l.l. .p. ii- h a'd 'ill's d ly wjre piibli-hrd, in ' nc VMiiiine, demy ,oct :v.i, .   i'.ice q--. "hocirds,' i "URLS IT AN i\>Ln ICS, in K^nr P.irts. Part L 'v. oi:ta r.inivn v!?-.v or i'lv-I Goveiiniien!. in its irH'iPnce o.> Virti!-.' lind.i lippiiiess, chieHy fiom ihc rel.iti-:.-:'. it hears to '..ibff-ty ain prop-r-tv.      , . ,, I'nt II. Mil M? l-nn-r'a-KC of R^ii;!-?:! bo-b t) S icetv jiid tli'^ I ii'lividu^il;, with Rell.'di in., on Religious i-siablish-i';enrs.;'ivi I oK'r.ni'Mi. Iri't ill, OnthoCoivluil of a jjood Citizen, I'.trt.culariy und.-r aru'm'Lierne Giwernn-.ent. i';in I'l'. finji'eWnv t;i live h.ippdy under all Covern-and ill all S;toatioi>s. iiv ELY (v-\TES, Es ,'e, Virtuf, c ii:!iv in rcifr-enc-- to a Lite of lietirenieiit \Vnit n'on Occnsiii of the late l^r. Zim-oiT-i.* on Sohiude.    1 ne I'outth f d:ti.rn, in 1 : -r; 'n h .-i'fiS- nie Piinted for 1, row.   Of who: Knral I'hilQv aiid H.-ii)!;ni-s-. ; in tlie C:.u ti->. uitrinm 5 iJi.n ,vo,l Iiv .1. pric'i l his c;:iv are puhiish-'ti, in t:ir.-e I.irf;e volumes, cmo. Puce il. is. bo-tds '        . f  CrrLRS lui. rcbsod tj a VOL'NG LADY, ' < whcici'i t. e ;/ii;iis and C'la'atters rif AVonien Jie con-Mdeied, c;;ieliy with a Kcleience to.prcvailMC Opinicns. Hy Mrs. WES E. ; P.'ii'iled ti-T Lcngnun, Hurst, Rees, andOrme, P.itrr-no-fer-!o.v. . (;i whom miy be h.ad, l.ttely publislied, bv the s.in.'.e Autho',  I T.etfrs .iddressfd to a Voui's? .A:-.y. -^n his First Erf^ir.ce Intt) l.de, Kiid ail.V'ted 10 the pccniiar C ;,'Ciim^r.mce* Ot tlie prcs-nt fiinef.   In inrec vols, isiin . 3d Edition, 16s. (id. �b0.Vds,. �   . � �. rile Ii)iid;l Fjther, a Novel, ^ v)'s. tzmo. i;s. hoards 3. .\ Tnssip s Sr .ly, a vols. li no. 410 ea;t. 7s. bo:iids. 4  a r.deolthe 1 inies, 3 vols, id em 1 in, 13s. od. s-..nvcd. j.v I h; .-Vclvanta-es ot EnucitiOn; .: v-ds.-iiino. 7.. nds. p; l'oi�isand I'livf,   vols, .to "Iscip 1*vo. il  ?s. b'^iirt's. "^��r     1n~ r1~ES'.s new CY'ClA'ii'tDlA.' ' .'� pari' Xf. : CoiiitamJnn .severalrnipfirt.ivtormuKd Articles, and a Vattctv r.l elegant tintraviiiKS froni orj(;in�l Drawings. On Moid \, I thru Ii I'c 17th w il b p i')ii,|i/ 1   lh"l'<. vonth Part, mic  iSs. in Boards, (;hj succeeiiinc I'^rtswill be puhlish-.d,Avrhanacct)ieraied Expe.tUipn,t!ll theAVvtik be cnniplut/'d.) ut NEW CYTLOPrDTA . or, UNTVEv<-.DIC I lONARYof arts, SCIENCES, ami 1   S\l l-iTERA r t/RE ; form-U upon a more eivlir^cit-l'l:;not 'Atrangement than the Diduvuaty of Mr, Chambers ; wm-prohendniK the viiriuus.^i tudvs ej that V.'oiV, ivith Adi!itr:i\s ai.d lii'.pr vmnenis t-'j;eth?r with "The new Subjoifsof IMo-urn hy, G'.'o,;tapliy, iuid History ; ar.d aJaptsdjo the present State ot t.itr'tarvire and Suence. Hy .\�tU.\llAM REES, D.D. F.R.S. jiditrr ot tiielai-t Edition of'Kir, \.hambers's Difhonsty, .  witit thP .'Xs^.ntancc ot eminent piofcssional ucnilei1�e�. Llii^�'it"-d with new i'lstes, tiicludtn^' Maps, engMVetl for the Wink b},' someOi I he itmst dis;in.suisned .artists. I'limcd l.r l.cuKtuan, Uursf, Rces, and Ormc, P^tJcrnis-tcv,* ymJ ilii:; a prj.'.Uc.il', tre,-ti.se on the d iti.ts of, Coiiiiii i>i|.l! is of.vhtsiviv'd.pther h.irrd vessols;c,in. tainnlguKeri|I nil js 'h.r : t'.-'jr civdud,; with fill I es plan-itii'iis I d the lirif.ei['i.t  ictin-ici-its aivi voti;lic,rs re'qur'-''1 to be kept, r,y thfili Whil-il in, ilic-service ot Government ;  the w'.in'.e c.dcul?,ted, to ljci'i>Ti'c tlie 'I'.-.'ssini;  f their accoiir.ts thrbiij;li. ilie ssve'?'' I'ldilie I'.'cMid-, Tlvfetiyei-ablih^ tlie Ownirs to' ificeire their freii'ht-in-ni-.iy wi-t'vnit dithculty r-r delay. Bv fLENRY .MiliOrr.rf t!;v Inner Te.iiple,Aeent.   ' I'liiited  for  John t.'a'.v'.li-iin, N �. ^,  CatSerinsstre-tT ^lrJnd, liookseller to her Ruyal HigimciS the Princ.;ss t.f Wai^s.     . :..    ' .    ,.      ^ . �    .        : ,       . .'rliisDav are published, ' '     In Two Volnmes Odavo,I'ri':e<)neGniiea in Boards, �y ECTURES orv BELLES LETTRES a-nd i-i LOGIC. .^-r-............-.......--------............   -. ,T     ,        , By'th^hJc WILLIAM: EARRON.F.A.S.E. ,a:'fi} !s. ICS. 6d.  ; .1. I'OPUf.AR SYS,I'E>-1 DF G lO G R/. P H Y. This Dili' is ptib'iiiied, ,s S-ci";i.-l Edirior,. corir,-r.er:;ldy cn-Injue.l .iml !:n;).'OV-i!,^ill'!s?:at'e..l witii '.ip-.vards ;;f sivty b'M.ilifid engravii!);s. rep.-cv.'iiiin;:;. i;-,c Qifsa-f, ..(."nsr-.m i'.n i. tlabi'ati Mis of jli Naiiv.ns, �,\ >ih iiLiiner,:ui .Vlaps, Ire. i .V I OS. f)l. h Hin.i, ' ' OGRAPHY on a POPLLAR PL/VN, fat the USE (M; SCHOol.S and Yt)'NG- PERSONS c-ii'.a'iiing all the intereslinii^ nnd aiiius.in-,'. feutun-s of Geo-* Ki.ip!;ii.:d"'cience, a.sd c3Ji:-.d.it,-t!.. to c.v-.i.'ey initiucti-Dn. by irc^n:; of the.striki !>; iu'.d pleasiii,> a-s-ci.itif-iis pnt-iiuced by the pecu'iar mannt�'r^, custoihs, and t.h.i:a.j\. ,Ti-.-ics: ofaft: li.itionsandcoimtriei.  ,     , , 'Bytiie Rev L/.Ol.DSMIT f, .; , Instend of dry i.ietails relative to Obj.*;fs tic: a.'iptc-d to the Ta.>fi; and Curiosity of Youth, t::is .work is snly oi-cupi-. cd v^itii s-jch .Jiiteodotes Of Peopf:- and (.'.luntnes as are calr tulrited to fivet aticntioii, snd ir.:iiiirain thit .'.ascinaiiiij; ciia-^ lacr-jr f,>r which the Science .it' Gcj^i.iphy has id^rier claims than ariv other branch of Krowl.-J iz,? in. trie Eng^. lish Laiik;uai;e ; and tiie eti'.'if on the iiiinds of yduni; p/;rsoi?s isp. nderedtoinplete by thenuineTous pLass w!i-c:i iUustrate everv part'. Subjoined is the only treatise c-.fisting on tlie suhje4l cf ci ;,. tru:i:;r.; in,tps; a pradlice thu^ renderi-ii ta niliar, and by :nea!'.s of which !lie iiiechalnicaf part of Geogripiiy ina/ ts i.uteht ina'fnirth patt^if ti'e.asujl riiTTe.   '.' Prinle.'i (or bi�li.ird Pinllips, No. 6, Pridg*-street, Hhck-friars, and to be had of aU Eookseltcrs, with a l.:!r(;e aU.>w'. ance to '�'chonls, . Or vvh.i"' t^ay be had, also by the same .\athnr. An E isy .r.i:ini:i.'.r cf Ge.>^;raphy, tta^if; rut' rnir.idiiciiort aii'l a -oiiipii;.i n t,) tlii; >>ove, ai'.d u-vver-inlly i.-.knov. I.M^-ed t.) be lire ���,1 and ;ujsf piadicai V-, tk ci liti-, kind i^.t-tan,, ' 1 il i"-'iat wulliniiis, &;o. ice. pricT h.Jf..-crovn b nnid in red. ,        ~ Kor/::;;G\.;ES rRAVELS iMirvLV. 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